Monday, 7 September 2015

Lookbook: How to style Kiara loafers


It's been a while since I did a look-book post. It's a shame, really, since they're the most fun category to write about (only next to writing about my entrepreneurship experience :P ). I really do like writing and sharing these styling tips with you as it gives me a chance to share the vision with which these shoes were designed; what kind of outfits I thought they'd go with and where you could wear them.

So here's my next look-book ideas on how you ladies can style the Kiara loafer style shoes. These Marsala hued sandals, are now available on our website in the Resort '15 collection.

Look 1:
I absolutely LOVE how these shoes add a pop of colour to any outfit you pair it with. You can wear these for a casual look with a graphic tee, comfy shorts and big, funky sunglasses.

Look 2:
Jumpsuits, boyfriend jeans, dungarees, jackets, overalls- basically anything denim has been so in this season (with so many people wearing them even to Lakme Fashion Week) that it's something you must add to your wardrobe if you haven't already. Best for bringing out your fuss-free-chic style, wear Kiara with some denim, and throw in a cool bag for a little something extra.

Look 3:
Given just how comfortable these are, if you're someone who isn't afraid to experiment and go crazy with the work wardrobe (but would still like to keep it easy)... Well, Kiara is going to be your new best friend. Colourful, yet something that goes with everything, Kiara can be worn with the usual black trousers+ Shirt combo, or even formal dresses.
I hope you liked these looks. If you have suggestions for styling these Marsala beauties, do tell how in comments below!

You can buy Kiara, here: Happy shoe shopping!

Dev B
Shoe Designer


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